This Copy of ‘X-Men’ No. 1 Just Became One of the Most Expensive Comics Ever After Selling for $807,300
The near-mint-condition rarity broke the copy’s previous auction record by over $300,000.
“Detective Comics” no. 27 featured the first appearance of Bob Kane and Bill Finger’s Caped Crusader.
DJ Ian Levine’s collection includes a Superman #1 from June 1939 and a Batman #1 from spring 1940.
The latest incarnation of the famed vehicle is a throwback that feels perfect for the new adaptation.
That’s about $46,000 per panel.
One of Japan’s Most Popular Comics Is About the World’s Best Wines. Now, Amazon Is Bringing It to the US
The 44 volume series proved to be so successful that it impacted the international wine market.
The drawing is one of the few known privately owned cover drawings signed by Hergé and also one of the oldest, dating back to 1930.